When it comes to cleaning, most of the materials you need are already lying around your house, and all of them were produced by Mother Nature.
The throwaway mentality is usually associated with the wasteful use of consumer goods. But what about food, animals, and even human life?
Who wouldn’t want to live in a place where warmer, gentler versions of economic exchange are the norm? But it's still a hard sell for America.
It's nearly impossible to avoid being inundated by negative body messages. What matters is how we receive them.
Have we lost the habit of reflecting on whether our decisions make us happy, resonate with our values, and feed our souls?
Guest blogger Jake Giesmann explains why choosing to have only one child has brought wide-ranging benefits for his family and finances.
For one Colorado family, this year's summer vacation was the ideal time to begin teaching the kids “feet-on-the-ground” travel.
Self-reliance and the “can-do” spirit aren't gone. They're just dormant, drowned out by a fast-paced lifestyle and cheap consumer goods.
Grassroots businesses are all about a sense of place and sharing. Isn’t this how it used to be? Or maybe, how we’d like it to be.
Many of us bring unwanted stuff to a drop-off box, donation center, or collection event. But how much of it is actually reused?